NewsWorks Tonight July 23, 2015 – Full Show


    A new report finds that district City Council members in Philladelphia have unquestioned say over land-use and development in the city. Dave Heller sits down with Pew’s Larry Eichel to discuss the report. Dave Davies explains some of these City Council people may not use their unquestioned say for the good of the community. Dave Heller also speaks with Burton Caine, professor of law at Temple University, to discuss Lincoln University’s legal responsibilities in Professor Kaukab Siddique’s hate speech situation.  Bobby Allyn reports beer gardens might be the flashpoint of gentrification in Point Breeze. And on Recap, Kimberly Haas talks to IndieGo bike handler Tray Duffy about his work week.

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